VMWare Fusion 3.0 is my recommendation. I have a Windows XP and Linux Ubuntu installed as two guest operating systems under VMWare. The unity feature of VMWare is fantastic. I am able to run Mac and Windows applications (Excel, Windows, Power Point, etc) at the same time without any issues.
I was wondering the same thing. I want to run windows 7 (and possibly ubuntu) virtually, but don't know which type of software to get. when I get windows 7, it will have office, and maybe a few other programs, but nothing intensive like photoshop. thanks for the help
Interesting review but does not come across as impartial - the way they describe Parallels you would think it's so full of bugs it's unusable. I haven't found a single problem with 5.0 yet, despite using it every single day since release, which does not tally with "extremely buggy across the board"